Books in category Poetry – Canadian

  • William Wilfred Campbell

    William Wilfred Campbell
    Laurel Boone

    This is a representative collection of the writings of a neglected Canadian author, William Wilfred Campbell (1858-1918).

  • A Complete Encyclopedia of Different Types of People

    A Complete Encyclopedia of Different Types of People
    Gabe Foreman

    A Complete Encyclopedia of Different Types of People is not your average reference book.

  • Observations

    Observations
    Dinny Hayes

    Observations revels in the beauty of the spoken word and reflects on both the ordinary and extraordinary moments in all our lives.

  • Book of Mercy

    Book of Mercy
    Leonard Cohen

    Now beautifully repackaged, the poems in Book of Mercy brim with praise, despair, anger, doubt and trust.

  • Before the First Word

    Before the First Word
    Anne Innis Dagg, Lorna Crozier, Catherine Hunter

    Annotation Memoir of one of first female zoologists in Africa. Documents Dagg's study of giraffe. Examines racism, colonialism, and life as a woman scientist in the 1950s.

  • Men in the Off Hours

    Men in the Off Hours
    Anne Carson

    From the Hardcover edition.

  • Whiteout

    Whiteout
    George Murray

    Whiteout: calques and towers, twin polar storms, falling, burning. Whiteout: “a book of white nothing.” George Murray’s sixth collection has been a decade in the making.

  • The Spell of the Yukon and Other Poems

    The Spell of the Yukon and Other Poems
    Robert Service

    The "common man's poet" and "Canadian Kipling" recounts tales from the Klondike gold rush in this compilation of 34 of his best verses.

  • The Essential Anne Wilkinson

    The Essential Anne Wilkinson
    Anne Wilkinson

    The Essential Poets Series presents the works of Canada’s most celebrated poets in a package that is beautiful, accessible, and affordable. The Essential Anne Wilkinson is the 11th volume in the series.

  • Seeing in the Dark

    Seeing in the Dark
    Pauline Butling

    Pauline Butling offers important new ways of reading one of Canada's finest poets. Seeing in the Dark is essential introductory material for the general reader and provides provocative penetrating analysis for literary scholars.

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